September Events

As we close in on the end of summer, it looks likes we’re ending the season with a bang! Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival is back, as are other local favorites such as the 31st Annual Greek Festival and the Middle TN Highland Games & Celtic Festival! New festivals are also popping up so make sure to mark your calendars and prepare yourself for a whole lot of fun!

September 7-8: Middle Tennessee Highland Games & Celtic Festival
Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage 
| Nashville

The Highland Games and Celtic Festival is getting ready for the fourth annual gathering! There will be plenty of music, dancing, exhibitions, games, competitions, as well as food & craft vendors. This year they will also be kicking off the festival with an evening concert on opening day!


September 8: Tennessee Honey Festival
Hendersonville Memorial Park 
| Hendersonville

Experience the Sweet Taste of Beekeeping! Bring your family and friends for an educational fun-filled festival to learn about the importance of bees and other pollinators in Middle Tennessee. There will be beehive painting, honey inspired goods, interactive art stations, live music, beekeeping classes, and food vendors.


September 7-9: 31st Annual Greek Festival
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church 
| Nashville

The Nashville Greek Festival offers a rich, multi-sensory experience of Greek hospitality and culture. Get your hands on savory cuisine, soulful music, lively dancing, and educational tours during this three day “glendi” (celebration). Go experience Greek heritage for yourself and be a part of this year’s festivities!


September 15: Wine Around the Square
Historic Downtown Square 
| Murfreesboro

Visit the 7th Annual Wine Around the Square in Murfreesboro’s historic downtown area. A casual, fun outdoor evening features progressive wine tasting, great local food and live music by Steve Long and The Rhythm. This community-oriented event will benefit the Power of Pink!


September 22: First Tennessee Muletown Bluegrass BBQ

RiverWalk Park | Columbia

The City of Columbia Parks and Recreation Department is bringing you a genuine taste of the south. With a huge list of musical guests, quality food vendors, chainsaw carvings, a fully featured three-hole disc golf course, a caricature artist with fun for the whole family, and the best barbecue in the south – this is one event you won’t want to miss. Oh and best of all, it’s free!

The Park at Harlinsdale | Franklin

Music lovers, #MakeThePilgrimage to The Park at Harlinsdale Farm for two unforgettable days of music, art and culture set against the natural amphitheaters. Festival-goers will be able to experience the culture of Franklin and Williamson County and discover local restaurants, antique dealers, and artisans.

September 22-23: 37th Annual Mt. Juliet Pow Wow
Sgt. Jerry Mundy Memorial Park 
| Mt. Juliet

Get ready to feel your heart pound to the beat of the drums as you experience the beauty and passion of a Native American Pow Wow! Festivities will include arts, crafts, food, music, dancing, and a great opportunity to learn about Native American culture. Don’t forget your lawn chair!


September 28: PredsFest!
Bridgestone Arena 
| Nashville

The Nashville Predators are hosting the first-ever PredsFest presented by Cooper Steel at Bridgestone Arena. Activities will be held throughout the afternoon leading up to Smashville’s largest FREE fan event in franchise history! If you’re a diehard Preds fan, you can’t miss this.

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